A few weeks ago there was talk of Inception being released on DVD and Blu-ray around the beginning of December, although no official release date details have been confirmed yet. Play.com (via ScreenRant) however has posted the specification of the Inception Limited Edition Blu-ray (UK) which comes complete with its own aluminium briefcase and totem!
Check out the full specs below:
- Limited edition aluminium briefcase
- PASIV (Portable Automated Somnacin IntraVenous) Device User Manual
- Movie art-cards
- Inception Spinning Top
- Maximum Movie Mode: Christopher Nolan and Leonardo DiCaprio extract information about the world of Inception and learn about all things you may have missed in the film. Questions, answers, surprises and intrigue are all there for the taking!
- Prologue (Motion Comics):
- Inception: The Cobol Job: Online comic that details how Cobb, Arthur and Nash came to be enlisted by Cobol Engineering to perform an extraction on Saito.
- Inception: The Big Under: The story that reveals how Cobb and company get to Saito to put him under for the dream featured in the beginning of the film.
- Dream of Consciousness: Taking some of the most fascination and cutting-edge dream research to date on lucid dreaming, leading scientist to make the case that the dream world is not an altered state of consciousness, but a fully functional parallel reality.
- 15 Focus Pods
- Photo Gallery
- ‘Triple Play Edition’ includes the movie on 3 formats: Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Copy!
- What is Triple Play Edition?
- A premium Blu-ray pack that now includes both the DVD format and Digital Copy to allow you to enjoy the film whenever, wherever you want
- Blu-ray for the best quality experience on the big TV screen, just like in the cinema but in the comfort of your own living room
- DVD version that can be enjoyed in other rooms
- Digital Copy for your laptop or media player (iPod) that can be enjoyed on the go
With December fast approaching Warner Bros. will no doubt set an official release date soon. Hopefully the regular DVD/Blu-ray contains more behind the scenes action than this Limited Edition set.